- Dec 2, 2009
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- Never Neverland
No, the ruling ignored the fact that the federal government sets forth rights (see the Bill of Rights you mentioned earlier in the thread) in favor of turning that role over to the heavily gerrymandered state legislatures.But the opposite happened. The SCOTUS (part of the federal government) rescinded its power to make a determination on such “right” and passed the power over to the people. The overturning of Roe vs Wade is an example of a shrinking federal government.
There has been no power to the people; that would mean giving the people the choice.